In mid-1949 Wittgenstein spent some time in Ithaca, where Norman Malcolm reawakened his interest in the philosopher Moore and his work In Defense of Common Sense, which contains the claim that common sense makes it possible to know with certainty that certain things are true. Wittgenstein had long b..
This work tries to bring us closer to understanding what is happening to us on a psychological level as protagonists of a crisis derived from the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond fear, the emotions that move in a crisis like this span a broader spectrum. What are the other emotions that invade us and what ..
Baron Otto von Wachter, lawyer, husband, father, high Nazi official, former governor of Galicia, creator of the Krakow ghetto, indicted as a war criminal for mass murder, hunted by many, and on the run for years. Philippe Sands pieces together, in riveting detail, Wachter's extraordinary, shocking s..
This novel is set in the Spanish fourteenth century, in the historical context of the Hundred Years War and the Black Death. Pedro I of Castilla, called the Cruel by his adversaries and the Justiciero by his followers, is killed by his brother Enrique de Trastamara with the help of the mercenary Bel..
The main scenario in which resilience develops, understood as the process in the face of situations of adversity that allows us to learn through experience, includes two of the main institutions of socialization: the family and the school. In each of them we have found an important figure that promo..
This is the seventh book in a progressive series based on the revelations of consciousness research. It describes in detail how to discern not only truth from falsehood but also the illusion of appearance from the actual core of reality.The text explains how to differentiate perception from essence,..
This book -Winnicott's last text- was born from the now classic article that the author devoted to the study of "transitional objects". His thesis is based on a conception of play, that capacity to create an intermediate space between what is outside and what is inside that does not make use of regu..
Why do we have the need to believe in something or someone? What happens in our brain when we put our faith into practice? Why do religions continue to enjoy excellent health in the world, despite the fact that the progress of science shows us in more and more detail an empty universe?
The Piggle. An Account of the Pycho-Analytic Treatment of a Little Girl
D. W. Winnicott wrote a few years before his death, in 1971, this intimate and fascinating document on the treatment of a two-year-old girl nicknamed The Piggle.
The present book is composed of the protocols of that treatment, which lasted just over three years, and Winnicott's own notes and comment..
Nigel Warburton employs a subtle strategy of seduction to open the doors to the realm of classical and modern logic that seemed so dry to more than one of us in our student years that we gave up. Instead of presenting us with abstract algorithms, the author loads the rules of thought with stimulatin..
In this book, Juan Jose Tamayo invites us to a fascinating walk through the life of Pedro Casaldaliga. For our protagonist, it’s the "journey of the people towards liberation". "Walk with", not lead, or star, or substitute. The leading role in his liberation belongs to the people. Pedro was very cle..
This book contains a multicolored panorama of the piano language. The interest in offering a collection of diverse schools and moderate technical requirements makes this repertoire an ideal piece for piano students...